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48 Hours in Santa Fe, Sweet-Style

48 Hours in Santa Fe, Sweet-Style

The best islands in the world...Ko Adang Thailand

Paradise Found: 7 Amazing Tropical Islands

Yes, America's hole-punched, glazed version is one of the most popular takes on the doughnut, but that doesn't make it the best.

These Are The World's Best Doughnuts

Yes, America's hole-punched, glazed version is one of the most popular takes on the doughnut, but that doesn't make it the best.

Here's How To Make Italy's Most Popular Cocktail

Here's How To Make Italy's Most Popular Cocktail

A Cousins Spritz, which uses non-traditional ingredients like egg whites, muddled fruit, or beer.

Here are 10 new regions to visit with 10 fantastic hotels that you'll want to tack on to this summer's urban adventure.

48 Hours in Santa Fe, Sweet-Style

48 Hours in Santa Fe, Sweet-Style

Easy Cocktail Recipe: Negroni Sbagliato

Here's How to Make Italy's Most Popular Cocktail

The Spot: Nias in Sumatra, IndonesiaThe Waves: On every surfer's must-visit list, Nias is notorious for its steep and powerful waves. The 2004 tsunami actually moved the reef so significantly that the surf became even better.

The 15 Best Surf Spots in the World

The Spot: Nias in Sumatra, IndonesiaThe Waves: On every surfer's must-visit list, Nias is notorious for its steep and powerful waves. The 2004 tsunami actually moved the reef so significantly that the surf became even better.

The Spot: Manu Bay in Raglan, New ZealandThe Waves: If the words "left-handed point break" mean anything to you, then you definitely want to make a trip to Raglan. If you're anything like us, you may want to enroll in one of the three-hour surfing classes offered at this Northern New Zealand beach. The consistent ten-foot waves mean a wealth of opportunity to show off your skills!

The 15 Best Surf Spots in the World

The Spot: Manu Bay in Raglan, New ZealandThe Waves: If the words "left-handed point break" mean anything to you, then you definitely want to make a trip to Raglan. If you're anything like us, you may want to enroll in one of the three-hour surfing classes offered at this Northern New Zealand beach. The consistent ten-foot waves mean a wealth of opportunity to show off your skills!

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